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A physical component of a facility which has value,enables services to be provided and has an economic life of greater than 12 months. Dynamic assets have some moving parts, while passive assets have none. IIMM
An asset is an object (physical or intangible) that has an identifiable value and a useful life greater than 12 months, that is or could be used by the entity responsible for it to provide a service. LGAM
Asset - An item with an independent physical and functional identity and age, within a facility (e.g. pump, motor, sedimentation tank, main). Asset - Service potential or future economic benefits controlled by entity as a result of past transactions or other past events. DERM
The defined service quality for a particular activity (i.e. roading) or service area (i.e. streetlighting) against which service performance may be measured. Service levels usually relate to quality, quantity, reliability, responsiveness, environmental acceptability and cost. IIMM
Increases in economic benefits during the accounting period in the form of inflows or enhancements of assets or decreases of liabilities that result in increases in equity. other than those relating to contributions from equity participants (contributed capital). The definition of income encompasses both revenue and gains. Revenue arises in the course of the ordinary activities of an entity and is referred to by a variety of different names including sales, fees, interest, dividends, royalties and rent. Gains represent other items that meet the definition of income and may, or may not, arise in the course of the ordinary activities of the entity. Gains represent increases in economic benefit and include, for example, those arising on the disposal of non-current assets. • Capital income includes gain on disposal of non-financial assets, grants and contributions received specifically for new or upgraded assets and physical resources received free of charge, e.g. from a developer. • Operating Income is income shown in the Statement of Comprehensive Income other than capital income.
An organisation such as a Local Council that is responsible for the management of infrastructure assets in a defined local area.
A characteristic of design and installation usually identified by the time and effort that will be required to retain an asset as near as practicable to its new or desired condition within a given period of time.
A risk is the probability of a failure of an asset as a result of the occurrence of a hazard. There may be a resulting cost associated with the risk.
A system supplying a public need such as transport, communications, or utilities such as electricity and water.
The total future service capacity of an asset. It is normally determined by reference to the operating capacity and economic life of an asset.
Service potential is the total future service capacity of an asset. It is normally determined by reference to the operating capacity and economic life of an asset.
An organisation responsible for providing a service.
A plan containing the long-term goals and strategies of an organisation. Strategic plans have a strong external focus, cover major portions of the organisation and identify major targets, actions and resource allocations relating to the long-term survival, value and growth of the organisation. IIMM
The Financial Management Standard 1997 requires asset strategic planning to be undertaken by agencies as part of their strategic and operational planning processes. The asset strategic plan links with other strategic plans of the agency including finance, human resources and information systems as enabling strategies for the delivery of the agency's core services. A Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) is a plan that documents service standards (set by the service provider) as well as an operations, maintenance and renewals strategy for achieving these standards. LGAM
The defined service quality for a particular activity (i.e. roading) or service area (i.e. streetlighting) against which service performance may be measured. Service levels usually relate to quality, quantity, reliability, responsiveness, environmental acceptability and cost.